Mix critique on a 007 cover

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  1. JonMcEwen

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    Cool idea. The ending is really good. I can't really say much about the mix as it sounds fine to me. But if I absolutely had to say something critical about it, it would be that I'm not a fan of the snare sound, sounds to "small" for me. But I'm pretty sure that's just preference.

    Overall very good, I can hear everything and it sound well balanced in my headphones.

    I have a question, what did you use for the guitars and the drums?
     
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    Thanks! I recorded guitars through my axefx and bass through a sansamp rbi preamp. For drums I used Drumforge for kick and snare, then superior drummer for Toms and cymbals
     
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    Nice, glad to hear you used an Axe-fx as I'm thinking of getting one and your guitars sounded nice. I really like the Metal Mario track on your SoundCloud page, I like the snare you used in that track.
     
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    I appreciate that man. AxeFX is definitely worth the money in my opinion. You'll have tons of fun with it. And I believe the snare that I used on that Mario track was drumforge as well.
     

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